The People's Plan
We’re drafting a new 20-year regional transportation plan to enhance our economic future through the use of flexible funds. Public input will be key.
RTA Next is a public-input process to develop a new regional transportation plan for the Regional Transportation Authority of Pima County. The current voter-approved, 20-year RTA plan and countywide half-cent sales tax expire on June 30, 2026.About RTA Next
The RTA Citizens Advisory Committee is following its Guiding Principles and Goals as a framework to develop a new 20-year regional transportation plan. The CAC is developing the draft plan to present to the RTA Board by mid-2023.Review the framework
All RTA committee meetings are open to the public. Please visit our Meetings and Events calendar for scheduled meetings and information.See the calendar
Support for RTA Next
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Your participation is important to the RTA Next plan development process. Please watch for announcements on public comment opportunities.Click to comment
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We have provided information about the RTA and RTA Next plan development process to more than 175 groups and 4,600 people across the region. If interested in hearing our story, submit your request for a speaker today!Submit your request
Plan Development Resources
View our documents about the plan development process and your role.
Time to develop a new plan
Why do we need a new plan?
The People's Plan
Developing a public-driven regional transportation plan
RTA Investment to Date
Delivering our promise to you
A new, 20-year regional transportation plan will infuse another $2.3 billion into transportation improvements across the region to meet the demands of our changing demographics. A voter-approved investment of flexible RTA funding will help create a safer, more reliable transportation system to improve regional mobility and accessibility, and to drive economic benefits such as business development and expansion, and new jobs.
RTA members include Pima County, the Cities of Tucson and South Tucson, the Towns of Marana, Oro Valley and Sahuarita, the Pascua Yaqui Tribe, the Tohono O'odham Nation and the Arizona Department of Transportation. RTA members take the lead on scheduling, managing and building RTA plan projects throughout the region. The RTA manages the voter-approved plan and RTA revenue fund payments to members as they complete projects.